The question of how to pay for college is one of concern to every parent and student. The general information provided below may be of help to you.
The Department of Music gives annual scholarship awards to music majors. These scholarships are based on performance ability and professional promise. Departmental scholarship award contracts are for four years and require continuance of the major, academic progress, and ensemble participation.
Scholarships range from $4,000 to a maximum of $16,000 and are divided equally over four years (eight semesters). The number of recipients varies from year to year according to the pool of applicants.
Scholarship Audition Form
Please complete the audition form, save it to your computer, and then email it to the Music Office at email@example.com. You should receive an email confirmation within two business days of sending your form. If you do not receive a confirmation, please call the Music Office at 501-279-4343.
A significant amount of our scholarship fund was established by Jacquelin Emogene Enochs in memory of her mother, Lois Durbin Enochs.
Additional scholarship monies are available to members of the Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, String Quartet, Belles and Beaux, and Good News Singers. These awards are available to non-majors as well as majors. The ensemble directors have discretion in the administration of these funds; address inquiries to them directly.
Be sure to avail yourself of Harding's general scholarship information. Contact the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible in order to obtain vital information about federal, state, and university scholarships, grants and loan funds.
Music scholarships may be combined with other forms of financial aid in an amount not to exceed the cost of full tuition.